Witness To Goodness: LeBron’s Done in Cleveland

May 14th, 2010 by Jeff Pencek Leave a reply »
Lake Erie must be filled with sports poison. During the 4th quarter, ESPN felt it necessary to show many haunting Cleveland sports moments, just to stick a needle into the eyes of Cleveland fans.

Just because their superstar LeBron James, the homestate superstar, will become a free agent, that fact shouldn't have detracted from a #1 seed overall and a great shot at the NBA title.

After game 3, the Cavs looked dominant and ready to roll over a very good but older Celtics team. Then Rajon Rando had the game of a lifetime in game 4 and screwed everything up for the Cavs and their fans.

Rondo's game will eventually go down in Cleveland annals with the next montage of haunting moments.

After game 4, all LeBron was talking about going into game 5 was handling Rondo, how to defend Rondo. Nothing at all about how he was going to score 40 and demolish Boston. His language was passive in game 5 and he frankly wasn't all there.

Maybe he was mad at his supporting cast and that was a sign of his frustration. If so, his cast gave LeBron a big screw you when he finally did show up for game 6.

Mo Williams showed up in terms of ...

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